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Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
Twitter 101
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Introduction to Twitter. Presentation created at my previous company Capgemini.

Introduction to Twitter. Presentation created at my previous company Capgemini.

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  • 1. 101Saying it in 140 characters… or less?<br />Lee Provoost | Cloud Computing Strategist<br />Rick Mans | Social Media Evangelist<br />Twitter hands-on session 191009<br />
  • 2. Setting up your account<br />Twitter 101: Saying it in 140 characters… or less?<br />
  • 3. Create an account onhttp://www.twitter.com<br />
  • 4. The most difficult part:choosing your username :-)<br />Your name.<br />The username that people will use to refer to you or talk to you.<br />
  • 5. Check if you have friends on Twitter:choose service to check<br />
  • 6. Check if you have friends on Twitter:checking Gmail<br />
  • 7. Suggested users are evil?<br />
  • 8. My first tweet<br />You’re reading these people’s tweets.<br />Who is reading your tweets?<br />Random information<br />People talking to you (or about you).<br />Private messages<br />
  • 9. Let’s personalize!<br />
  • 10. The settings page<br />URL from your website, blog, etc.<br />One-liner about you, your interests, what you do, …<br />Please don’t protect your tweets: sharing is caring!<br />
  • 11. Put a smile on that face!<br />
  • 12. Allright, you’re good to go!<br />
  • 13. Register yourself on the Cwikihttp://wiki.capgemini.com/index.php/Twitter<br />
  • 14. The tweet is out there!<br />Twitter 101: Saying it in 140 characters… or less?<br />
  • 15. Following someone<br />
  • 16. Using the @username for publicmessages/tweets.<br />
  • 17. Using “d username” for private messages.<br />No need to use @leeprovoost. Just d leeprovoost.<br />
  • 18. … but you can only send a privatemessage (DM direct message) when people follow YOU AS WELL<br />
  • 19. Direct Messages inbox/outbox<br />
  • 20. Spreading the wordHow to “retweet” people.<br />Retweeting is an essential part of the Twitter network: you acknowledge other people by doing this. Of course only retweet things that are worth spreading!<br />RT @username: original message<br />-or-<br />original message (via @username)<br />
  • 21. Desktop Twitter<br />Twitter 101: Saying it in 140 characters… or less?<br />
  • 22. TweetDeckhttp://www.tweetdeck.com<br />
  • 23. Tweetie (for Mac) http://www.atebits.com/<br />
  • 24. 10 October 2009<br />Contact info<br />Capgemini<br />Rick Mans<br />@rickmans<br />Capgemini NL<br />Papendorpseweg 100,<br />3500GN, Utrecht <br />Tel.: +316 1809 5189<br />E-mail: rick.mans@capgemini.com <br />Capgemini<br />Lee Provoost<br />@leeprovoost<br />Capgemini NL<br />Papendorpseweg 100,<br />3500GN, Utrecht <br />Tel.: +316 4569 0483<br />E-mail: <br />lee.provoost@capgemini.com <br />

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